In 1995, the earliest consumer digital cameras were being readied for introduction. Kodak was poised to introduce its brand new DC40 camera and Apple was to soon follow suit with its Quicktake 100. In these early days I conducted an extensive study into the possible uses of this emerging technology by the NEBS customer base.
The study focused on the current capabilities of digital camera technology and forcast its continued improvement and growth. Projections on its impact on the various market segments were also examined and recommendations were made for developing products to capitalize on the digital photography technologies.
This study was the first in a series that eventually lead NEBS to enter the short run process color printing field.